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08-24-2013 05:55:30

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I am trying to figure out the serial number on my L Case. It is 336359, according to what information I have it is a 1930 by subtracting the first number from the fourth number. How would I be able to tell if another tractor would be close to the same build date? I am looking at another tractor with a SN 332357 and was curious how close they actually were in the production line. Thanks in advance for any information!!

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08-24-2013 17:31:57

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 Re: Case L SN in reply to ilcase, 08-24-2013 05:55:30  
There are 402 tractors between the two serial numbers, but they are a collection of Ls and Cs. And yours is of course a 1930.

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08-24-2013 07:43:46

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 Re: Case L SN in reply to ilcase, 08-24-2013 05:55:30  
Take first and fourth numbers and subtract three from that number and thats the year. 33 minus 3 = 30.

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